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From: kirniki (kirnikigmail.com)
Date: Mon Feb 23 2009 - 20:52:29 CST
NEWPORT BEACH - Folders with personal information for numerous clients
of a local mortgage broker sat for days at a public recycling site,
overflowing from the tops of several bins in an apparently glaring
identity theft risk.
The files contained bank account statements, completed tax forms,
credit reports and Social Security numbers, among other information,
and most if not all had one broker in common – Seaview Financial of
Corona del Mar.
Seaview's offices were vacant Monday; it moved out of its East Coast
Highway office building last week, according to tenants and the
On Friday, local resident Joan Klose stopped by the Mariners
Elementary recycling site to drop off newspapers and found the files
stacked high in the bins. "Somebody decided to recycle these people's
private lives to the public," Klose said.
Seaview owner Paul H. Reed said his company is relocating and that he
hired a company to burn the documents. "I've done nothing wrong," Reed
said. "I can't be responsible for a company I hire."
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